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Category: Hard Rock
Label: None (Independent Release)
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|1.||Leavin' It Up To You|
|2.||The Day Off|
|5.||Yeah, Why Not|
|6.||Reachin' Up (To Touch The Bottom)|
|7.||The Love Bug|
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|From: TIM||Date: April 12, 2004 at 15:27|
|The first tune sounds like a DLR hit, but kind of loses steam after that. Not bad though.|
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|From: Whiplash1972||Date: April 12, 2004 at 18:59|
|A very pleasant eBay surprise for me! If you enjoy early Van Halen then you should like this one, as Thomas Wallen's vocals are so similar to DLRoth's that it's scary,and the whole CD has that 'party attitude' that the first coupla VH CDs had. While I find myself enjoying most of the songs here, 'The Entertainer' & 'The Love Bug' are my favorite cuts.Highly recommended for fans of early Van Halen, or David Lee Roth's solo stuff!|
|From:||Date: April 18, 2004 at 17:00|
|'Yeah, Why Not' is GREAT!!! LOVE this song!! Didn't really make the DLR connection until reading the above comments..but yeah...why not!!! LOL!!! It does sound a bit like him.....with a whole lotta funk!!! Thoroughly enjoying this on a sunny Sunday afternoon!!!|
|From: Geoff||Date: March 5, 2005 at 18:12|
|I got this off ebay for pretty cheap and have tried to sell it a few times on ebay... but I still have it. Nice guitar, but I can't really say too much about it. It's well played but interest-free hard rock. None of the songs pleased me personally and I just couldn't find one moment here to enjoy.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: October 7, 2010 at 12:49|
|Pretty Cool HardRock album, very similar to early Van Halen, it's obvious that there are many influences of VH, and the singer tries to immitate to DLR or what!? well, but it's pretty cool you know Good production, cool funky tunes Óla Extreme("The Entertainer"), "Yeah, Why Not" Yeah one of my faves 8/10|
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